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40 Riverside Boulevard - The Glassiest Tower

Courtesy of Goldstein Hill & West 
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Riverside Boulevard one of the last residential buildings at Riverside South will be considerably glassier than it's neighbors to the north according to the project's designers at Goldstein Hill & West Architects.

The 650,000-square-foot residential tower at 40 Riverside Blvd. will be 33-stories high and boast more glass than any of the other new buildings north of it according to Stephen Hill, a partner at Goldstein Hill & West Architects.
 



Mr. Hill has been involved in developing Riverside South since 1995, first under his former employer Costas Kondyllis & Partners,  and now under his own firm Goldstein Hill & West. To date, he has worked on 10 of the projects, most recently, helping developer Extell Development design residential towers The Rushmore, Aldyn and Ashley.

Back in November, I reported in this blog Riverside Center Development Approved. Riverside Center, the final piece of the Riverside South community received city approval for Extell to build Riverside Center, a proposed 3.1 million-square-foot, mixed-use property consisting of five high-rise towers on the southern end of the site, between West 59th and West 61st streets. Riverside Center will provide the neighborhood with much-needed infrastructure, amenities and open space including a new 150,000-square-foot school.


Rendering Riverside Center


Riverside Center will be built on an eight-acre parking lot and former rail yard. Riverside Center will be built directly south of The Aldyn, Extell's new 40-story luxury condominium and rental building, now selling on Riverside Boulevard.





2 comments:

  1. AnonymousJune 19, 2013

    Is there any update on 40 Riverside condo?

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  2. It would be NICE if the project was AIMED at MIDDLE INCOME AFFORDABLE
    at 80% and/or 100% AMI. So that the Teachers, etc. that are Service Government
    workers can STAY and LIVE in NYC instead of ALWAYS providing Affordable
    Housing to LOW-INCOME population!

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